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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it is inside the timing cover in most cases with hyundai the timing belt will have to be removed so the crank gear can come off the sensor is usually behind the gear especially if it is a 6cyl if it is a 4 cyl then the wire goes behind the timing belt make sure the timing marks are lined up so when you reassemble it is lined up
Posted on Aug 29, 2009
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. Its above the starter going into the side of the block. (front side of the engine) Disconnect the battery. Remove the starter. Remove the wIre CONNECTOR plug to the sensor. The sensor has 1 bolt holding it in. Remove the bolt, you may have to wiggle the sensor at the base a bit as you pull it out. Replace, and make sure it is pushed in all of the way. Replace the bolt, wire plug, starter, reconnect the battery.
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
down by your crank shaft pulley you will find a sensor with 2 wires ruining into it and 1 bolt holding the sensor in remove the bolt and twist and pull on the sensor then slide the new sensor in then reinstall bolt and wire
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
SOURCE: poor running
CAMSHAFT POSITION SENSOR IS LOCATED BANK 1 ON BACK TOP ENGINE HEAD. YOU ALSO ANOTHER CAMSHAFT POSITION SENSOR ON BANK 2 ON TOP FRONT OF ENGINE.YOUR PURGE SOLENOID VALVE IS ON BANK 2 ON TOP ENGINE HEAD CLOSE TO CMP SENSOR ON BANK 2 ALSO.
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
The sensor is located on the left hand rear side of the block (near the bell housing). It is held in place by a 10mm bolt. It's to the right of the exhaust manifold (LH - radiator side) on the V6. Once you purchase the new sensor you'll be able to identify it on the engine. The connector to this sensor is located in the illustration.
A word to the wise... replace the O2 snsr as well.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
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